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Simplicity of the curve and triangle

The Real Decorating Company is a youthful enterprise. It is run by a young director and based in a showroom/studio designed by a group of young designers. Dan Brill was still studying for Part II at the RCA when Charles Phelens asked him and his wife, interior decorator Victoria Brill, to design the company's Fulham showroom in West London. Brill worked out a general strategy, established an aesthetic in keeping with Phelens' brief, and invited fellow students to take over different ...

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